Pakistan's farcical arrest warrant for Pervez Musharraf echoes a past laden with disappearance and torture that is about to catch up with him
The only thing that surprised me when I heard that the Algerian kidnappers had called for the release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui was that it hadn’t happened sooner.
Despite being the eleventh anniversary of the 9/11 attacks the US legacy of secret prisons and torture won't be forgotten by simply handing over the prison facilities to others
Rumours of the death of Aafia Siddiqui, for now, are not true but how long before rumours beome reality?
It is safe to say that the War on Terror is a war like no other. As we have witnessed in the last decade or so, this is not a conventional war where there are frontlines nor is it a war between two armies, confined to a geographical boundary. As Bush and Blair reassured the public by vowing to bring justice and freedom, their female counterparts were simultaneously beating the drums of war.
On the 9th anniversary since the initial disappearnce of Aafia Siddiqui Moazzam Begg is joined in the studio by Adnan Rashid of the Hittin Institute and Raza Nadim of MPAC to discuss her case
On Saturday, outside the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square, London, I will be speaking at an event marking the ninth anniversary of the disappearance in Pakistan of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, who mysteriously reappeared in Afghanistan in August 2008.
Yvonne Ridley reviews the case of Aafia Siddiqui on the 9th anniversary since she first disappeared
أعلنت حركة طالبان الباكستانية مسؤوليتها عن اختطاف زوجين سويسريين هذا الشهر، وعرضت الإفراج عنهما مقابل إطلاق سراح العالمة الباكستانية "عافية صديقي" التي تقضي حكما بالسجن في الولايات المتحدة بذريعة إطلاق النار على عملاء لمكتب التحقيقات الاتحادي وجنود أمريكيين في أفغانستان
During Aafia’s years of disappearance, a number of allegations were made against her by the US, allegations that were circled within the mainstream on a consistent basis.
The report shows a number of examples of the widespread way in which the sentencing guidelines are being used in order to criminalise Muslims
Moazzam Begg discusses the duplicity in the case of CIA murder suspect Raymond Davis in contrast to the the people held in extrajudicial detention by the US government
Dr. Fawzia Siddiqui highlights the stark comparison of the treatment of the cases of US Government spy arrested in Pakisatn for murder, Raymond Davis and her sister, Dr. Aafia Siddiqui convicted in a US court for attempted murder.
Cageprisoners' Patron Victoria Brittain reports on compelling new evidence in the case of Aafia Siddiqui.
I remember the first time that I met her. It was at a mosque in one of Boston’s most affluent suburbs. The year was 1993.
Cageprisoners has helped spearhead roundtable talks with senior members of the Pakistan Government over the repatriation of Dr Aafia Siddiqui.
Andy Worthington explains why US officials' claims that Aafia Siddiqui was not held in Bagram should not be trusted.
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